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lips. one sky cynthiana pollutions claimed their majesty and the mississippi worked their way to the sea. think the work of our hands we been stealing two bridges, finishing one more report for the boss on time, stitching another wonder uniform. the first brushstroke of a portrait for the last four and the freedom tower jutting into the sky that yields to a resilient. one sky toward which we sometimes lift our eyes tired from work, sunday's cnet the web they are of our lives. some days giving thanks for a love that loves you back. sometimes praising another who knew how to give order for giving a father couldn't give what he wanted. we had home through the glass of rain per week of snow for the palm brush the dust, but always, always home, always under one sky, our sky and always 1,000,002nd senate term tapping on every rooftop in every window of one country, all of this facing the stars, hope a new constellation, waiting for us to not do, waiting for us to name it together. [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, it is now my privilege to introduce reverend dr. luis deleon to del
, mississippi, so tavistock magical enough, we can go to three. the clip does change the type of gun. it dramatically change that. it's a good comprehensive background checks for criminal dignity would be essential to anything on the loophole. obviously filler pieces you can do. usually people think the executive order is that the president would sign. direct the attorney general as a measure of each u.s. attorney. we at the u.s. attorney position in chicago. it's opened up. you compare to others, like the other one. they should be measured and have to report it within the executive authority they do get prosecuted. i put the prosecution to a standard as part of the executive authority of a president can do. >> i want to share with the audience that kind of passion and i'm sure many of you are aware of it. let me just do something -- how many of you have ever fired a gun? more than i would've expected. how many of you own a gun? fewer obviously. how many of you feel strongly about my right to own a gun without conditions? a few. >> let me share stand krystal, who was a special forces
blue dog democrats from south carolina and mississippi and louisiana and north carolina and virginia. they are gone. the democrats have changed. the democrats are far more uniformly liberal is a party than they were when you were the majority party, certainly when it came to the house. even most recently. is it all one side that changes? >> no, i looked over the ways and means when i entered in the next two years. i did that yesterday. that will give us a change in both democrats and republicans. i regret what has happened. i think that redistricting has very much diminished competition. in the '90s i was in a marginal seat and had four contested elections. we were talking yesterday about some of the advertisements that we ran in those contested elections. i think we need more of them. let me be very clear about what my feeling is. there has been some change in the democratic ranks. compared to the republican ranks, i think there has been considerably less change. i regret that there aren't more food also than our brains. but i think the main obstacle to solving the debt ceiling cris
-ashbury clinic and terence hallinan organized in mississippi freedom writers on cole street. i would come home at night and was the university of the haight-ashbury. i had never heard anything like that and i was the first time i got the idea of segregated health care in the south. and we would go over to their office at 81980 and everything since hallinan in that mix was also eddie brown. so that's another thing about your book as there is this group of lawyers -- would testify in court cases for tony sir. nic was tony with tommy stories. he was this incredible storyteller. he was not good at finance. his idea he was driver car coming to so many tickets you want the police take it away. he never paid any bills. >> i just want to say when david called me up to be interviewed about the book, i said god, can we even remember that time. and it was a really weird moment in the sun and hunter thompson was night manager at the theater and i have lived with already mitchell and jim mitchell and david talbot k. mastiff he could follow us. i was actually going out. >> i was a reporter, not a stalker. w
of the mighty mississippi through iowa and south dakota and along the river where lewis and clark marked and measured the dream of our first secretary of state, thomas jefferson, who saw an america that would advance to the west. to experience a journey that took know alabama, where i stood silentfully the very pull pretty for which dr. king preached his dream and dipped my fingers to the fountain of birmingham where water flows over the names of those murdered, trying to vote or just registering to vote. to see the water trickle over the words of drmplet's king's prayer that justice might roll down like a mighty stream. i drove across the hoover dam and i wondered as i did at what america can accomplish when we want to. when we put our minds to it. driving across the golden gate bridge at dawn and reminded it was built at the height of the great depression when so many feared the best days were behind us. but i have seen and heard and learned that traveling across our country is as a senator from massachusetts has repaired me for -- than any travel to any foreign capital. already i know
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